Personals: Sophomore Class Edition
Written by Bwog Staff
True love is the best way to battle the sophomore slump. All interested parties should contact Bwog via email and we’ll provide the $10 for the date. And as always, nominate your friends (or yourself) for a personal by emailing [email protected]
Guy for Girl
Name: Johnny Ruan
Hometown: Windsor, Ontario, Canada
Best Book You’ve Read for Class: This was in high school, but A
Midsummer Night’s Dream.
Worst Book You’ve Read for Class: The Poetry of Mihai Eminescu,
which I had to read for my Romanian class.
Most shameful thing you’ve ever done to procrastinate: Rewatch
episodes of Dawson’s Creek on DVD, which I have for some reason. It’s
a very guilty pleasure.
Beverage of choice: Green or chamomile tea.
The Get Up Kids, “Red Letter Day”
Jimmy Eat World, “Sweetness”
Sunny Day Real Estate, “Seven”
What do you wish were your most played songs on iTunes? I’m content
with what’s on there, but I’d be open to some happier music.
Favorite Morningside Heights Meal: Any crepe from Artopolis.
The title of your memoir: Global Warming Melted my Igloo: Tall Tales
of a Migration South to America
Dream date 5 words or fewer: fine wine + stargazing = Champagne Supernova
Thing you’re looking forward to most this year: Actually getting a job
this summer doing something I enjoy doing, for the first time.
Thing you’re looking forward to least this year: Schmoozing professors
in the astronomy department to get said job.
Girl for Guy
Name: Rachel Ziegler
Hometown: Lafayette, Louisiana
Best Book You’ve Read for Class: probably To the Lighthouse
Worst Book You’ve Read for Class: I wasn’t a fan of Beowulf
Most shameful thing you’ve ever done to procrastinate: puppywar.com; and this
Beverage of choice: water
What are your most played songs on iTunes? Joanna Newsom, “Sawdust and
Diamonds”; The Microphones, “The Moon”; Clifton Chenier, “La Jolie Blonde”;
Animal Collective, “Grass”; David Bowie, “Starman”
What do you wish were your most played songs on iTunes? The Magnetic
Fields’ 69 Love Songs… all of them
Favorite Morningside Heights Meal: Symposium’s Greek macaroni and cheese.
They don’t actually call it that, but they should–it’s pretty much just
pasta and lots and lots of feta cheese. It’s wonderful.
The title of your memoir: I’m far too boring and awkward to ever write a
Dream date 5 words or fewer: Medieval Times?
Thing you’re looking forward to most this year: learning to knit. Unless
you mean calendar year, then it’s going abroad in the fall.
Thing you’re looking forward to least this year: I have to do laundry